The Radical Islam in Southeast Asia: The Connections between the Malaysian Militant Group and Jemaah Islamiyah and Its Implications for Regional Security

By Mohd Mizan Aslam.

Published by The Humanities Collection

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Terrorism is the crucial issue which changed the concept of security after 9/11 attacks in Southeast Asia. Terrorism became the most significant issue in the politics of the region where the two extremist groups; the Malaysian Militant Group (KMM) in Malaysia and the Jemaah Islamiyah (JI) in Indonesia were active. These two groups had been responsible for the bombing and attacks on western interests in the respective countries. This study will address the involvement and the connections of these two groups in the terrorism activities in the Southeast Asia as well as connections with international terrorism web. Furthermore, it studies the factors which led to the involvement of these groups in violent activities. The paper suggests the practical method to counter the threats of terrorism and militant ideology in KMM and JI’s movements in Southeast Asia.

Keywords: Radicalism, Terrorism, Bombing, Kumpulan Militan Malaysia, Jemaah Islamiyah

International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 1, pp.113-122. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.326MB).

Mizan Mohd Mizan Aslam

PhD Student & Research Assistant, School of Government, Pipitea Campus, Victoria University of Wellington, Newlands, Wellington, New Zealand

Mohd Mizan Aslam currently doing PhD at School of Government, Victoria University of Wellington New Zealand. Mizan was in academic world since 1999 and now attach with University of Malaysia, Perlis (UniMAP) where he was a lecturer since 2003. Mizan was granted BA (Hons) and MA Civilization Studies, both from University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur. He has presented numerous papers at local and international conferences. Mizan’s editorials published in various refereed journal and books as well as a constant contributor of essays to several Malaysian magazines. Mizan also work as researcher at Intelligence and Security Studies Unit, School of Government, Victoria university of Wellington since 2006.

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